Samsung has been gearing up to launch a successor to the Galaxy M31, which is said to be called the Galaxy M31s. This upcoming smartphone has been leaked through Geekbench earlier, reveling that it has Exynos 9611 SoC, 6GB RAM, and Android 10 OS. Another leak of the device that had popped-up in May had revealed that the phone will have a 64MP quad-camera setup. A TUV Rheinland certification of the Galaxy M31s was also spotted recently, revealing that it has a 6000mAh battery.
Today, the battery of the Galaxy M31s has been certified through Safety Korea. Let us have a look at what it reveals.
Samsung Galaxy M31s battery gets Safety Korea certification
The Safety Korea certification that we are talking about is for a battery with model number EB-BM317ABY. As you can see the model number of the battery contains the model number of the Galaxy M31s – SM-M317 – leading us to believe that this battery belongs to the Galaxy M31s. Moreover, the TUV Rheinland certification of the Galaxy M31s had revealed the same model number for the battery of the device.
Anyway, the Safety Korea certification reveals the image of the battery, which shows that it is a Li-ion battery that has a 5830mAh rated capacity and 6000mAh typical capacity. So, the Galaxy M31s will have the same battery capacity as its predecessor. With a 6000mAh battery under the hood, the Galaxy M31s should offer one of the longest battery backups in the smartphone industry.
There is ‘www.bis.gov.in’ mentioned on the battery. BIS, as you might know, is an Indian agency for certifications. This could mean multiple things. Firstly, it could mean that the battery has been certified through BIS (but we couldn’t find BIS certification of the battery yet). Since the battery has a mention of an Indian agency, it could mean that the Galaxy M31s could launch in the Indian market. But we are not sure about any of it at the moment.